Chile & Argentina: The Birding Corridor

The birding andean crossing

This unique tour offers the best spots for birding in North Patagonia and a great opportunity to experience the magnificent sceneries of both sides of the Andes. A journey full of diversity: from the dry steppe of the eastern side to the green valleys of the west, passing the Andes range and exploring the temperate rain forest and the Pacific coast reaching the island of Chiloé. The great land connection of this portion of Patagonia makes possible to have a close encounter with Andean Condors flying at just a few meters from you and then be ready to navigate toward colonies of Humboldt and Magellanic Penguins on the coast. Your bird list will be fill with hundred of species while you enjoy a spectacular geographical mix of mountains, volcanoes, lakes, steppe, coast and islands. 

TARGET 200 species

Some of the species that can be found in this trip: Magellanic Penguin, Humboldt Penguin, Des Mur´s Wiretail, Thorn-tailed Rayadito, Chucao Tapaculo, Black-throated Huet-Huet, Ochre-flanked Tapaculo, Magellanic Tapaculo, Tufted-tit Tyrant, Magelanic Woodpecker, Chilean Flicker, Striped Woodpecker, Rock Shag, Imperial Cormorant, Red-legged Cormorant, Black Skimmer, Flightless Steamer Duck, Chiloe Wigeon, Southern Crested Caracara, Slender-billed Parakeet, Seaside Cinclodes, Chilean Mockingbird, Hudsonian Godwit, Pincoya Storm Petrel, Southamerican Tern, Black-necked Swan. Austral Parakeet and much more.

Destinations:  North Patagonia, Chile & Argentina Lakes District Region.
Length: 6 days, 5 nights
Difficulty Level: Low.
Guide: –
Activities: Pre-departure Briefing: Birds of North Patagonia – Bird watching – Outdoor Walks – Photo opportunity – Visit to a Native Wildlife Rescue Center – Visit to the BirdsChile Project: Rescue of the Llanquihue Wetland.

Navigation in Puñihuil operated by Turismo y Gastronomía Puñihuil.

Transport: –
Meals: –

Birdschile privileges small hotels with high standard of quality but not luxury hotels or big chains we support local business and communities.

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Equipment required: Waterproof clothes and shoes, sunscreen, water protection for your personal equipment (cameras, lens, binoculars, etc.).

Recommendation: A good book and a field guide to bring during your trip in Chile is Alvaro Jaramillo´s Birds of Chile.

Equipment included: Literature available, bird´s check list.

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Activity Status

Available